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Partnership formed between World Bank Group and APMG

It's a momentous occasion for us at APMG – we've recently established a partnership with the World Bank Group (WBG) to create a new certification program for people working with Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs).

Win or lose? Who bears the benefits and costs of PPPs?

Late last year I was teaching a course on infrastructure finance, in a highly regarded University in Brazil and one of the students asked me, without context: “how to bring losers on board of a Public-Private Partnership project?”

MDB Showcase: Islamic Development Bank (IsDB)

IsDB is one of the Multi-National Development Banks (MDB) supporting the APMG Public-Private Partnerships Certification Program, as well as a major contributor to the PPP Certification Program Guide.

Three takeaway points from Infrastructure Dialogue 2016

Infrastructure Dialogue “Off the beaten track” took place on 22-23 June 2016 at the Villa Kennedy in Frankfurt. Having attended both days, these are my perspectives on three highlights that were of particular interest to me.

About APMG's PPP Certification Program

Download the pdf below for a concise overview of APMG's PPP Certification Program - including information on the PPP Guide, Online Training Course, exams and the CP3P credential: 

Making successful cases for Public Private Partnerships

Making successful cases for Public Private Partnerships

Mark Williams, property and infrastructure lead at PA Consulting Group and John Wilkinson, MOD Defence Infrastructure Organisation PFI Advisor (on secondment from PA Consulting Group)

PPP or not PPP, that is the question?

The problem with any new or rebranded methodology is that every consultancy rebadges its consultants to demonstrate they have significant track record in this particular discipline and are therefore should be the advisor of choice when you want to access the professional skills.

PPPs on the African Continent

A significant number of government and business leaders across Africa have come to accept the benefits of Public Private Partnerships as a strategic option, an alternative procurement and financial structuring methodology.

APMG PPP Guide now in Chinese

The PPP Certification Guide, a key reading material for APMG’s PPP Certification Program, is now available in Chinese. The PPP Guide is already available in Latin-American Spanish and English.